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Peter J. Woods // Today Is Horrible CD

Peter J. Woods // Today Is Horrible CD

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Acoustic label run by Texas noise writer GerrittMisanthropic Agenda works are in stock for the first time in Japan.

This work is a CD released in 2019 by the noise writer of Wisconsin released from full spectrum and Phase Tapes.Includes 6 songs of Suppression Fill Reco Collage.

Misanthropic Agenda:

"Recorded between 2014 and 2018, Today is Horrible chronicles the sonic elements from six different performance pieces written and performed by Woods during that time. Although these recordings rely on Woods' usual palette of sounds (sine waves, crumbling static, obscured text, stretches of silence, etc), TiH reorganizes those elements into a powerful and haunting collection of deceptively straightforward compositions that only reveal themselves after multiple listens. The album touches on a number of different socially charged themes, ranging from the failure of political change within unwavering social paradigms However, these notions remain submerged under crushing walls of distortion, heavy synth drones, and barely whispered vocals, only coalescing for those with the patience. to revisit the work on multiple occasions. " 

Artist: Peter J. Woods

Label: Misanthropic Agenda

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Acoustic label run by Texas noise writer GerrittMisanthropic Agenda works are in stock for the first time in Japan.

This work is a CD released in 2019 by the noise writer of Wisconsin released from full spectrum and Phase Tapes.Includes 6 songs of Suppression Fill Reco Collage.

Misanthropic Agenda:

"Recorded between 2014 and 2018, Today is Horrible chronicles the sonic elements from six different performance pieces written and performed by Woods during that time. Although these recordings rely on Woods' usual palette of sounds (sine waves, crumbling static, obscured text, stretches of silence, etc), TiH reorganizes those elements into a powerful and haunting collection of deceptively straightforward compositions that only reveal themselves after multiple listens. The album touches on a number of different socially charged themes, ranging from the failure of political change within unwavering social paradigms However, these notions remain submerged under crushing walls of distortion, heavy synth drones, and barely whispered vocals, only coalescing for those with the patience. to revisit the work on multiple occasions. " 

Artist: Peter J. Woods

Label: Misanthropic Agenda